While the Queen’s Speech addressed a number of pressing needs in housing, a commitment to enshrining the Social Housing White Paper into law was conspicuously absent. However, even the provisions laid out in the paper may not be enough to solve the housing crisis.
Infrastructure had an important role to play in the Queen's Speech as the government’s levelling-up agenda was put firmly centre stage of the legislative priorities for the next year.
Smart cities are an attractive option to local councils aiming to improve sustainability and economic growth. But this increased data sharing raises significant security risks and highlights the need for a more robust and policy-driven approach to data management.
The importance of innovation and organization in decarbonising the rail network and meeting the levelling up agenda was a main focus in the second session of PPP’s Future of UK Rail series
The latest Public Policy Projects Connected Citizens study, in partnership with Anderson Strategy and Huawei, has unveiled that connectivity could bring trillions in value to local economies by 2030, but taking advantage of this will be crucial.
Public Policy Projects has opened its latest infrastructure inquiry ‘The Future of UK Rail’ in partnership with Trainline.com, CPMS Group and Hitachi Rail. Chaired by Former Transport Minister and PPP Deputy Chair Stephen Hammond MP, the launch was an ambitious discussion on how the UK can radically
In partnership with CPMS Group, Public Policy Projects (PPP) launched its latest infrastructure inquiry on local transport project delivery.
After the Ever Given was finally released from the Suez canal yesterday, Dr Sarah Schiffling and Nikolaos Valantasis Kanellos reveal what this means for global supply chains and how we can better plan against crises in the future